The halal business has encountered significant progress, particularly in the food sector. This volume seeks to investigate the challenges and prospects of the halal food sector in different counties across the globe. The volume suggests that the growth of the halal industry was set off by the expanding interest for halal accreditation and quality approval, just as the advancement of the food business. This is an extraordinary chance for entrepreneurs to fulfill the increasing need for halal food. The test is on the way to improve quality and meet halal guidelines to satisfy a worldwide demand. Some of the topics covered include; introduction to halal food, the history of halal food, the difference between halal and haram foods, and how do you assure a restaurant is serving halal food. This accessible, It explains why there are so many different interpretations of Halal and why this needs to be resolved if international trade is to be developed. The final chapter covers other aspects of Halal, including cosmetics, tourism, lifestyle, and banking, and finishes with a look at what the future holds for Halal. This book is especially useful for the readers from food industry, researchers and faculties working on Halal food sciences.